AREA OF PRACTICE
Jason Wareham is a trial and appellate lawyer who has tried dozens of state and federal court and administrative hearing cases, many litigated under the highest stakes, including some of this country’s most highly classified capital cases. No matter the complexity of the issue, Jason commits himself to a client-centered solution where trial success is the default focus. Whatever the forum or the stage of litigation, Jason has the breadth of understanding and skill to advise and navigate any civil, administrative, or criminal matter when the stakes are the highest.
Previously a U.S. Marine Corps Judge Advocate, working as Managing Defense Counsel for the Military Commissions Defense Organization, Jason is recognized in that field as a “genius-level attorney and litigator” by one of the most experienced practitioners in that field for more than thirty-five years – even a presiding trial judge himself. One of the longest serving litigators in the Marine Corps, Jason litigated at every level and forum available in the military system. From trial to appellate, administrative to collateral federal attacks, Jason earned the special Marine Corps designation of Master of Criminal Law. Beyond only criminal work, Jason has practiced globally throughout Europe and the Middle East conducting investigations and even advising on frontline law of war and engagement issues in active combat.
Beyond the courtroom, Jason has obtained a specialized LL.M. degree in the exploding world of digital evidence, electronic discovery, cybercrime, and cybersecurity litigation. He is routinely sought out by military and civilian litigators throughout the country to consult on matters pertaining to the digital world of litigation as well as national security issues. He maintains an active Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information and continues to serve in the Marine Corps Reserves as a senior litigation adviser and trainer to the entire judge advocate community.
Jason’s matters have been covered in The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Washington Examiner.
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